strength and conditioning

Are you a run-of-the-mill coach? Avoid mediocrity and attain excellence by applying these seven main principles to your philosophy - right now.
When you're training for an event as intense as Kokoro, there's no way around it - you have to put in a lot of work. Here's how I trained for success.
Time under load toughens the body and helps prevent injury for long term health and safety.
Do these things, in this order, and you’ll see immediate improvements in how much weight you can lift.
The off-season is the time to hit the reset button on your players’ training routines. Here's a proven way to do it.
This old time strongman exercise is great to work in before or after any two-hand deadlifting sessions.
Training this way will help you get past being a "first round hero" and give you energy in later rounds.
Squats are the first step to finding balance between yoga and strength training.
You can spend money on products to give you an edge, or you can learn how to tap into the power of your own body.
Are you going to the gym to build strength, look better, or hit on your latest crush? Charles has some insight into all three.
I have used many different training methodologies in my life, but the one I keep coming back to is rest pause training.
Here is an unconventional, but practical, engaging, and fun way to build strength and mobility.
Learn how to use eccentrics to help you build muscle and achieve your goals.
Don't let the dog days of summer rob you of your hard-earned strength and conditioning.
P.T. Barnum once said, “There’s a sucker born every minute.” Nowhere is this truer than in the fitness world.
This lift uses the length of the barbell to add even more challenge to our bodies.
Here's a look at where Olympic weightlifting has been and where it is going - from the perspectiveof an old-timer.